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This work of altered currency may cause a bit of controversy and I honestly had to shore up a bit of courage to create it. I suppose there is no greater act of rebellion than doing art that is challenging. … Continue reading
A mixed media work from my “Rebellion” series that will be shown at the Museo del Brigantaggio outside of Rome in Itri, Italy as a part of an exhibition curated by the Ali Ribelli art collective. Whats your interpretation?
Title: Sitti Size: 22 x 40 x 19 Medium: Acrylic, beads, paper, found objects, lights on trunk & wood Sitti refers grandmother in Palestinian Arabic but more literally means “my lady”. And without a doubt my grandmother was some lady. … Continue reading
Title: Nicholas DeSimini Medium: Acrylic on Wood Size: 45.5 in. x 33.5 in Nicolas DeSimini was a great-grandfather born in Bari, Italy who migrated at a young age to Jerusalem in the early 20th century/late 19th. My main recollection I … Continue reading